Saturday, 5 November 2011

Best diets for healthy eating

Best diets for healthy eating
U.S. News has released its rankings of the best diets that promote healthy eating dash diet US news best diet claimed the top spot. DASH diet nabs top spot on best diet list.Here are you see other popular diets ranked in the top 10:

Second TLC diet,The TLC Diet is an Effective, But Sensible, Low Cholesterol Diet.The TLC diet, or Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes diet, is a low cholesterol diet designed by the National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) and belongs to a group of recommendations set forth by the NCEP for living a heart-healthy lifestyle. Therapeutic lifestyle changes include modifying your diet, increasing your physical activity, and weight loss.

Third mediterranean diet,Choose this heart-healthy diet option,The Mediterranean diet is a heart-healthy eating plan combining elements of Mediterranean-style cooking. Here's how to adopt the Mediterranean diet.
Fourth +the mayo clinic diet,
Fifth Volumetrics Diet ,The Volumetrics Eating Plan is based on a basic fact: people like to eat. And if people are given the choice between eating more and eating less, they'll take more almost every time.

Unlike diets that are based on deprivation, the Volumetrics diet doesn't try to fight this natural preference. Its creator, nutritionist Barbara Rolls, PhD, argues that limiting your diet too severely won't work in the long run. You'll just wind up hungry and unhappy and go back to your old ways.
Sixth Weight Watchers Diet,Out with the old and in with new. In 2010, Weight Watchers retired its old points system and started a totally new program, called Points Plus, to keep up with the trends and science behind successful weight loss.

Weight Watchers Chief Science Officer Karen Miller-Kovach, RD, describes the program as a complete makeover. It is not a hybrid but an entirely new approach to safe, effective, and steady weight loss that takes advantage of cutting-edge weight loss science.With the old points system, you could use your points anyway you like. But we now know if you use your points wisely by eating foods rich in protein and fiber -- these foods fill you up, keep hunger at bay, and help you lose weight in a healthier and more nutritious way,” Kovach says.
Calories, Fat, and Carbs

Calories still count in the Points Plus program because the bottom line in weight loss is creating a calorie deficit -- burning more calories than you eat.

But there is so much more to successful weight loss, and where those calories come from makes a big difference.

Even when the calories are the same, protein- and fiber-rich foods get fewer Points Plus to encourage dieters to eat more filling food for their allotted Points Plus.

Calorie-dense foods that have more fat and simple carbs are assigned more points.

One new feature: You get unlimited quantities of fresh fruits and non-starchy vegetables.

“Most adults don’t eat enough fruits or vegetables. So our strategy was to allow these as free foods to encourage more consumption of these super-nutritious foods that are among the lowest in calories and very filling," Kovach says.

The old points may be gone, but the heart of the Weight Watchers program remains unchanged.

“We may be counting differently with the new Points Plus program but the foundation of Weight Watchers' successful model of scientific evidence, healthy, slow weight loss, exercise, behavior modification, and support remain the same," Kovach says.
Seventh +Jenny Craig Diet
Eighth ornish diet
Ninth +Vegetarian Diet
Tenth  Nutrisystem Diet

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